Not a lot going on with us these days. I mean there is - but there isn't.
We are well into our summer routine now - work, rest and play. Work was on the heavy end this last week because of Canada and the long weekend. Long weekends no longer last three days - we start getting campers in Wednesday and Thursday so that they can be guaranteed a site for the weekend. By Friday night we only had two sites left and by Saturday that was down to one.
With the holiday being Tuesday - it was a different type of long weekend - campers going and coming each day. This also bumped our town day from yesterday to today. We just spent some well deserved grass time over at the park with lawn - playground and water park.
Here is a collection of photos that we have collected over the last few weeks.
We have a 4km walk around Kentucky Lake here at the park. We try to walk it every so often - it is a a really nice hike. I took the camera along - you never know what wildlife you'll encounter.
Not much wildlife today but pretty beetles!
More pics of the beautiful coloured lakes.
Canadian Geese and their babies.
Friends Randy and Shirley arrived for the weekend last week. We were thrilled to see them and visit with them for a few days. I didn't get the best pictures while they were there - too much time just visiting. Here we are visiting them at the their site. They are very generous and brought gifts for all of us - Cassia received a new chair and tent.
And her are the many faces of Cassia these days. Every time I turn on the camera I find a new crop of photos and Cassia selfies. Crazy girl.
She's looking a bit different today since she decided to cut her own hair yesterday! Sheesh. She's a little more lopsided now.
Trying out her own place.
Randy and Shirley joined us for dinner at our compound. Here's Randy being a very good sport and joining Cassia with Cotton Candy ice cream for dessert.
Continuing on with her quest to be an 'Indian' - Cassia and I went deer 'hunting' the other day. She makes salads for them which we put out and wait.
Thankfully Sadly we didn't encounter any deer and came home with some pictures of the wildflowers and some more wild onion instead.
No time to find out what these are but I love them! As you'll see….
What kind of bird is that!? Ha ha! When I joined Cassia and Derek a few days before along their nightly path they tried that one on me. Me "Are you sure that's a bird?" - Glad I didn't fall for it. The fact that it didn't move helped me appear smart.
Who says kids shouldn't play on the road?!!!
We had back to back groups in a the park so Derek and Cassia headed out to the group site Monday night to get it ready - he had mowed earlier in the day - now he, Rufus and Cassia went to weed whack and blow. They took a walk at the same time and Derek captured some wild flower shots of his own.
The Kentucky Alleyne Group site - all ready to go.
Apparently Derek likes them as well.
So, all for me today.
Derek and Cassia area already done choosing their books and with all the sun and fun at the park they are looking a bit faded.
Time to go.
One more thing!
The Wood Clan was honoured to be written about over at RVWest magazine by Marie.
We hope you are enjoying your summer.
We are happy that ours has now begun with 34C yesterday! The hotter the better we say!
I'll apologize for any typos now - no time to edit!